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In and Out of Seattle

Phew!  Sorry to disappoint our three faithful readers, but last week was super crazy and I realize neither Diesel nor I have blogged in a while.

I had a sales meeting in Seattle, and Diesel timed his quarterly trip to his company’s headquarters so that we were there at the same time, which is awesome, since he was in Vegas (work) the week before that and will be in London (work) in a week and a half and Vegas (my bro’s bachelor party) again the week after.

Anyhow, the trip was jam packed with meetings from 8:30am – 5pm, plus having to catch up on regular work and a big work dinner.  When I took the job I thought I’d be getting a free trip to see my family and friends every quarter, but let me tell ya, there’s no such thing as a free meal.  In the middle of all the craziness, however, I was able to see some old friends from work, the Revolution girls + Emily and my family.  The trip felt very short even though we were there Tue night to Sun morning.


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